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Dridex Re-Mastered

Well, it's been quite an eventful time since last I posted. I have so much in the works that it is hard to tell where to begin. It seems that we are seeing new flavors of ransomware every week and botnets seem to come and go with a frequency we've not seen in a while. This week, though, I promised Dridex, so Dridex it is.
Infographics

Top 10 vulnerabilities used by cybercriminals

Recorded Future released a report revealing the top 10 vulnerabilities exploited by cybercriminals in 2017. Microsoft and Adobe products accounted for all 10 with seven belonging to the former and three the latter company.  According to the report, the most commonly abused vulnerability last year was CVE-2017-0199, a remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Office…
Cybercrime, Finance, Legal, Malware, Security News

U.S. charges alleged members of “Evil Corp” cybercrime group for Zeus and Dridex campaigns

The U.S. today announced legal and regulatory action against the powerhouse cybercriminal group Evil Corp, filing hacking and bank fraud charges against two of its suspected members. Authorities are also offering a $5 million bounty for information leading to the arrest or conviction of one of the group’s alleged masterminds, 32-year-old Maksim Yakubets of Moscow,…
Privacy rights group files complaint over Adobe, AOL Safe Harbor compliance
Cybercrime, Security News

Moldovian sentenced for stealing millions using Bugat banking malware

A Moldovian national was sentenced to time served by a federal court for his crime of conspiracy and damaging a computer. Andrey Ghinkul, also known as, Andrei Ghincul and Smilex, was arrested in Cyprus in August 2015 and extradited to the United States in February 2016. Ghinkul faced up to 108 months in prison, but…
Security News

Malware writers face extradition

Officials in the U.S. and Europe signed off on a data-protection agreement intended to lay out a process for how PII is safeguarded when exchanged across borders.
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